Indian $10

(1907-1933)

The new gold coins of 1907 were the result of the unprecedented collaboration of a great sculptor and a dynamic President. Awed and even frightened by the youthful Theodore Roosevelt’s bounding energy, Republican Party leaders in the 1900 campaign had hoped to corral him in the largely ceremonial post of Vice President, while giving the Presidency to less vigorous William McKinley of Ohio. McKinley’s assassination at the opening of the Pan American Exposition in Buffalo, N.Y. in 1901 hurtled Roosevelt directly into the White House—with far-reaching effects.

Elected President in his own right in 1904, Roosevelt was unhappy with the trite Inaugural medal designed by U. S. Mint engravers Charles E. Barber and George T. Morgan. His interest in numismatic art was awakened when his artistic friends urged the commissioning of a really innovative Inaugural .... (Expand Text)

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1907 INDIAN $10, ROLLED EDGE MS67

ROLLED EDGE. JUST 42 STRUCK. TIED FOR HIGHEST GRADED AT NGC
$625,000.00

1908 INDIAN $10, MOTTO MS66

MOTTO. VERY SCARCE IN HIGH GRADE.
$16,950.00

1908 INDIAN $10, MOTTO MS66

MOTTO. SATIN GEM SURFACES.
$16,950.00

1908-D INDIAN $10, MOTTO MS66

MOTTO. GEM SATIN LUSTEROUS SURFACES. ONLY 4 GRADE HIGHER AT NGC.
$43,500.00

1909 INDIAN $10 PR65

GEM ROMAN FINISH PROOF. ONLY 74 STRUCK. JUST 4 GRADED HIGHER AT PCGS. CAC.
$89,500.00

1909-D INDIAN $10, MOTTO MS63

VERY SCARCE DATE.
$4,150.00

1910 INDIAN $10, MOTTO MS65

SCARCE DATE. GEM SATIN LUSTER.
$8,950.00

1910-D INDIAN $10, MOTTO MS65

GEM SATIN LUSTER.
$7,395.00

1911 INDIAN $10, MOTTO MS65

GEM SATIN LUSTER.
$7,195.00

1911 INDIAN $10, MOTTO MS65

GORGEOUS SATIN LUSTER.
$7,195.00

1916-S INDIAN $10 MS65

GEM ORANGE PEEL LUSTER. JUST 10 GRADED HIGHER AT PCGS. DUCKOR PEDIGREE.
$25,000.00

1916-S INDIAN $10, MOTTO MS64

SATIN LUSTER. VERY SCARCE DATE.
$12,950.00